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Ingram Washington - What A Difference A Day Makes FLAC Performer: Ingram Washington
Album: What A Difference A Day Makes
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2016
Style: Easy Listening
Label: STS Digital
Genre: Jazz / Soul & Funk
Catalog #: STS611179
Size FLAC: 1880 mb.
Size MP3: 2223 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 270
Record Source: CD, Album, Deluxe Edition, Stereo




Tracklist


1What A Difference A Day Makes3:10
2Always On My Mind4:04
3Laughing At Life3:05
4Hey There2:41
5Somebody Loves Me3:23
6What A Wonderful World4:53
7Come Rain Or Come Shine4:37
8Our Love Is Here to Stay3:34
9I Thought About You4:09
10Autumn Leaves4:00
11Smile3:21
12But Not For Me3:09
13Unforgettable4:18
14My Funny Valentine3:08


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
611179Ingram Washington What A Difference A Day Makes ‎(LP, DMM)STS Analog611179Netherlands2004
611179Ingram Washington What A Difference A Day Makes ‎(CD, Album)STS Digital611179Netherlands2004
T611179Ingram Washington What A Difference A Day Makes ‎(Reel, 2tr Stereo, 10.5" Reel, IEC)STS AnalogT611179Netherlands2004
STS6111118Ingram Washington What A Difference A Day Makes ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Album)STS DigitalSTS6111118Netherlands2004


Credits


  • BassPeter Bjornild
  • DrumsMarcel Van Engelen
  • HarmonicaHermine Deurloo
  • Mastered ByPeter Brussee
  • PianoCajan Witmer
  • ProducerFritz de With
  • Tenor SaxophoneOlaf Hoeks
  • Trumpet, FlugelhornMike Booth
  • ViolinArjen De Graaf


Notes


Please note: On CD Spine has written catalogue number STS6111143 BUT on CD STS 611179

STS Digital GOLD Disc. Lovely selection of 14 songs now re-issued on a gold CD.

Pre-mastering MW Coding Process Recording of STS Digital, Mastering: Q Point - Peter Brussee, Producer: Fritz de With.


Video


Lovely selection of 14 songs now re-issued on a gold CD.

INGRAM WASHINGTON - Jazz Vocalist. Born in 1940, Ingram grew up in Detroit, US and learned his singing skills listening to jazz from age 10, such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Billy Eckstine and many more that have long been forgotten.
Listening to the old ballads at that time became one of Ingram's favourite past times and he became very close to the mellow tones of singers like Nat King Cole, Al Hibbler, Joe Williams, and of course the man he admires most for his deep baritone voice, Arthur Prysock.
Ingram has performed in clubs and concerts in every corner of the globe, (from the most northern ports of Norway to the southern tips of New Zealand, including Austria, Australia, U.S.A. France, Germany, Switzerland, Holland and Belgium), he has worked with many well known and great artists such as Nina Simone, Ray Charles, Scott Hamilton, Teddy Edwards, Spanky Wilson, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Cees Slinger (NL), John Marshall (ENG) and Robby Agerbeek (NL).
This lovely selection of songs is now re-issued on a gold CD with 14 tracks and offers the listener a fine selection of standards and less well known songs from the 'Great American Songbook' that compliment Ingram's mellow style and dark baritone voice, re-engineered by STS for the highest fidelity sound.

Also available on 180gm LP from STS Digital (Catalog Number - STS Analog 6111179), 10 songs.
Who said CD was dead? Not us, nor STS Digital. The best sounding CD's ever? Hi-Fi News Album Choice, sound quality 95%, the best ever rating in Hi-Fi News Magazine for a CD we believe.

Rediscover your CD - In an STS Digital CD Recording, you will find:

1. The warm sound, that acoustic instruments possess on their own, but is often not captured by sound-technicians.
2. Acoustic placing and recognition of the musicians in the recording space.
3. Phase purity of a recording, both the electric phase (good cable/fibre connections etc), and the acoustic phase must be acquired through proper placing of the microphones.
4. Symmetry in the recording; this means always placing the microphones in such a way that on both the left and the right side there’s an equal division of signal, and not placing mono support microphones on the extreme left and right.
5. Transparency and clarity in a recording. This does not mean an overly sharp recording, but one of softness in tone and clarity, in which especially the 3-dimensional recording-space is being displayed.